Uninsured Americans who are hoping the new health insurance law will give them access to weight loss treatments are likely to be disappointed.
That's especially the case in the Deep South, where obesity rates are among the highest in the nation, and states will not require health plans sold on the new online insurance marketplaces to cover medical weight loss treatments like prescription drugs and bariatric surgery.
Dr. Steven Heymsfield, with the Pennington Biomedical Research Center, on a recent study suggesting that a little extra body weight can help prolong one's life span.
Former Major League Baseball pitching great Denny McLain talks about the Baseball Hall of Fame's recent snubbing of Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens and Sammy Sosa -- all alleged to have used performance enhancing drugs while playing the game.
Amy Mitchell-Smith, film curator for the Manship Theatre, discusses some upcoming film presentations.